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Lets go Lego at the National Museum, Canberra

July 31, 20172 minute read
Lego towers

If you’re going to be in Canberra before 8th October 2017, there are lots of things to keep you busy. Whether you’re planning a holiday or a business trip, squeeze in the time to visit the Towers of Tomorrow with LEGO® Bricks exhibition at the National Museum of Australia. These amazing Lego towers are the work of the guy every little kid wants to be when they grow up. Ryan McNaught lives his dream as Australia’s  only certified LEGO professional. If fact, he’s the only one in the whole Southern Hemisphere.

Lego towers – the details

You can find the exhibition at the Studio Gallery of the National Museum of Australia

  • It’s on between 28th July and 8th October 2017
  • It is a ticketed event (prices are reasonable and if you join as a Museum Friend, kids (to 16) get in free, adults are half price)
  • Sessions run for 45-minute on the hour from 9.15am to 4.15pm
  • Slots are limited, so booking is recommended

*** Important:

  • Children  under the age of 12 must be supervised by an adult at all times.
  • LEGO® bricks are suitable for children aged 3 years and older.
  • DUPLO® bricks are available for 0-3-year-olds.

National Museum of Australia – General Information

 There are many other exhibitions, both permanent and temporary, at the Museum.
  • General admission to the museum is free
  • Open 9am–5pm daily, closed Christmas Day (The Museum shop is only open week days 10am–5pm)
  • Online shop:
  • The museum is located at Lawson Crescent, Acton Peninsula, overlooking Lake Burley Griffin, Canberra
  • Free wi-fi on-site

**** Towers of Tomorrow with LEGO® Bricks is a travelling exhibition from Sydney Living Museums.

Getting to Canberra

Canberra is the Capital of the Commonwealth of Australia. The city is well connected to Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane and to the west by good highways. You can also fly in to their new airport with most domestic carriers and from Singapore or Auckland by Singapore Airlines’ Capital Express.

In and around Canberra, there are lots of great activities. If you’re there in September, why not visit Floriade – on this year between Saturday 16th September and Sunday 15th October 2017. This is the 30th year of this annual Floral festival.

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